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Saturday, 7 October 2017

Sports news: Jose Mourinho not happy over Paul Pogba injury set to take action

MANCHESTER UNITED are reported to be thinking of an option to appoint a specialist coach to help Paul Pogba deal with his injury problems.

Pogba is currently sidelined with a hamstring injury which he picked up last month in the 3-0 Champions League win over Basel at Old Trafford.

United’s treatment table is already mounting up, with Michael Carrick and Marouane Fellaini also out of action.

Reports emerged yesterday that Fellaini is a doubt for the Liverpool clash away at Anfield (12:30pm) after he hurt his knee while on international duty for Belgium against Bosnia.

The Star on Sunday report United do not want to leave “any stone unturned”, with Jose Mourinho keen to get to the bottom of the matter and he is looking at bringing in a specialist coach to help Pogba.

The report says United will conduct an investigation into the 24-year-old's running style to see if that could be hampering him.

Despite Pogba’s absence, Mourinho insisted last week he doesn't miss the midfielder.

He said: “We never miss the players that are injured.
"That is our way of thinking. They are injured, we don't think about them.
"It is an opportunity and a moment for others to step up and get the chance, so I think that is good.
"When we moan all the time about injuries it looks like we don't trust the other people and we have to.”

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